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Tangerines reject increased offer

Dundee United have rejected an increased offer from Hull City for Scottish international left-back Andrew Robertson.

The latest approach from the Tigers was up to 2m plus add-ons for the 20-year-old ex-Queen's Park defender.

Meanwhile, United have also turned down three bids for the youngster from West Ham United, while there are still other interested parties.

Robertson made 46 appearances and scored five goals in his debut season at Tannadice, also earning the PFA Young Player of the Year award.

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Date:Wednesday July 23 2014

Time: 5:04PM

 

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